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David Webb Diamond "Waterfall" Earrings


These 1960s “Waterfall” diamond chandelier earrings belong to David Webb’s “Cross River” collection, which had the playful motto “Banish the solitaire!” These lively fringe-drop earrings are formed of a luminous cascade with dynamic movement of fancy-cut diamonds, beautifully articulated to move and sparkle by the face.


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Item #: ER-17853
Artist: David Webb
Country: United States
Circa: 1960s
Size: 2" length, 1" width
Materials: 22 Pear-cut, 10 marquise-cut, and 20 round brilliant-cut diamonds  (with approximate total weight 24.75 carats with VS/SI clarity and G/H color grade); Platinum
Signed: "David Webb 18kt 900PT"

Typically known for his colored gems and yellow gold, David Webb was also responsible for a number of classically timeless white diamond and platinum pieces for some of his biggest clients, including Elizabeth Taylor, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Doris Duke.